British Airways say a power supply issue is to blame for a major computer failure which has grounded flights and left thousands of passengers stranded.
British Airways say a power supply issue is to blame for a major computer failure which has grounded flights and left thousands of passengers stranded at Heathrow, Gatwick and airports abroad.
As the UK's terror threat level is reduced from its highest status and police continue their investigation into Monday's terror attack in Manchester, local musician Liam Fray gives his reaction to this week's events ahead of his band the Courteeners' gig at Old Trafford cricket ground.
Manchester mother Patsy McKie from Mothers Against Violence talks to Dotun about the process of bereavement after the loss of a child.
The G7 summit of world leaders in Italy breaks up without agreeing a joint statement on climate change, after US President Trump refuses to commit to the Paris climate accord.
Arsenal and Celtic celebrate success in the FA Cup and Scottish Cup finals respectively.
After monsoon rains trigger widespread flooding and the displacement of nearly half a million people in Sri Lanka, Dotun hears from the Red Cross about the aid effort taking place on the ground.
Gregg Allman, founding member of The Allman Brothers, dies aged 69.
Colin Peacock looks at the stories making the news in New Zealand, including attempts to revive the Trans-Pacific Agreement and NZ's entry to the space race.
Australia's Schapelle Corby is released from prison and deported from Indonesia, more than a decade after she was jailed on drug trafficking charges
Plus listeners nominate their own songs worthy of inclusion in the Virtual Jukebox, as Jonathan Wingate joins Dotun to discuss the selected tracks.